Unveiling Africa's business potential with microfinance expert
I&P Deputy Chief Executive Officer
7:30 PM Onwards
After graduating from HEC Business School, Jeremy Hajdenberg worked as a consultant in Strategy.
In 2001 he is appointed General Director of a Microfinance program in Manila. He is the co-author of Le Guide de la microfinance published in 2009, which conveys a highly detailed analysis of microfinance systems and their impact on poverty all around the world.
He currently serves as the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of I&P (Investisseurs et Partenaires), an impact investment private equity firm dedicated to Africa that manages several financial instruments mainly focusing on African SMEs. His portfolio includes SMEs in Senegal, Benin, Mali,Gambia, Mauritania and Easter Africa.
His last book, "Entreprenante Afrique", co-written with Jean-Michel Severino, demonstrates how the economic growth and the development of the African continent is building upon a booming private sector, and most specifically upon emerging startups and small growing businesses.